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Rio Tinto appoints Jakob Stausholm as chief executive
17 December 2020

Rio Tinto’s $6.7bn Oyu Tolgoi expansion begins in 2022
17 December 2020

Olam issues $67m sustainability-linked fixed rate note
17 December 2020

IDB Invest helps finance LPG marine terminal in Belize
16 December 2020

Premier says Centerra will sell 50% of Hardrock project
16 December 2020

ECA support for mining gets smaller – but smarter
ECA support for mining gets smaller – but smarter
Tom Nelthorpe
16 December 2020

ECAs are playing a growing role in the financing of small, strategic-commodity mining projects – even coming in alongside royalty providers in deals where they might not be treated equally in a foreclosure or default situation.

New SCF for the new normal in emerging markets
New SCF for the new normal in emerging markets
Katharine Morton
16 December 2020

In a discussion supported by Finverity, TXF looks at new ways for companies to effectively use digitisation in emerging markets to propel access to financing for sustainable international trade through supply chain finance (SCF).

Newcrest signs renewable energy PPA with Tilt
16 December 2020

How Trafigura extracted record profits from oil market carnage
16 December 2020

Tigers Realm Coal to raise financing for Russian plant
16 December 2020

BASF and Eramet partner on nickel/cobalt project to supply EV markets
16 December 2020

Australian Potash progresses Lake Wells project debt funding
16 December 2020

Glencore expands satellite monitoring across its tailings storage facilities
15 December 2020

Ramos Ripoll & Schuster names new energy & infrastructure head
15 December 2020

Collateral management meets Godzilla
Collateral management meets Godzilla
Peter Hopkins
15 December 2020

Collateral management agreements have always played a vital role in commodity trade, but in today’s litigious world the relevance of the CMA is more than ever. Here, Peter Hopkins, managing director at DRUM Risk, outlines the origins of the CMA, the increased need to police the commodity supply chain and draws in some ‘war stories’ to provide a frontline flavour to the sector.

Gunvor raises biodiesel borrowing base benchmark
Gunvor raises biodiesel borrowing base benchmark
Aife Howse
15 December 2020

Gunvor’s oversubscribed biodiesel borrowing base has revealed significant lender support for the backing of cleaner products in line with the energy transition. But, with the handful of biggest traders attracting plenty of debt, and SMEs struggling to secure such volumes of financing, the already large funding gap at the lower end of the commodity trade finance market is set to widen.

Vitol agrees to buy four combined cycle gas turbines from Drax
15 December 2020

Resolute sells Bibiani for $105m to Chinese group
15 December 2020

Food giants seek ban on soy from deforested Brazil region
15 December 2020

Bluejay Mining receives license for Greenland project
15 December 2020

Galaxy raises funds for projects in Argentina, Canada
15 December 2020

Trailstone closes €150m multi-currency secured revolver
15 December 2020

Lundin seals refinancing into $5bn corporate credit facility
14 December 2020

MUFG and Societe Generale support clean transport in Gothenburg with EIB credit line
14 December 2020

MUFG leads $520m COVID-19 response facility for Afreximbank
14 December 2020

UK taxpayer funds will no longer be used for overseas fossil fuel projects
14 December 2020

NAIF approves A$450m loan for BCI's salt and potash project
14 December 2020

China Molybdenum pays $550m for Congo ore project owner
14 December 2020

Pilbara Minerals takes final step of Altura acquisition
14 December 2020

Geopacific completes A$140m raise for Woodlark development
14 December 2020

Centrica signs long-term PPAs with Taaleri Energia
11 December 2020

Fertilizer Exchange to launch in Q1 2021
11 December 2020

Heliostar Metals appoints new CFO
11 December 2020

NAIF ban on equity investment to be scrapped
11 December 2020

Standard Bank sets coal financing criteria as climate pressure increases
11 December 2020

Vår Energi CEO Kristin Kragseth heading out to lead Petoro
11 December 2020

Ascot closes $105m financing for Premier Gold project
11 December 2020

Pole Star and CarbonChain partner on shipping GHG emissions tracking
11 December 2020

Pemex suspends business with Vitol after bribery settlement
11 December 2020

Nevada Copper seals financial package for Pumpkin Hollow project
10 December 2020

Shell executives quit over green transition disagreements
10 December 2020

Petrobras to steer clear of renewables due to 'lack of competence'
10 December 2020

Sempra finalises deal for Total stake in ECA LNG Phase 1 project
10 December 2020

Kosmos closes farm down of exploration assets to Shell
10 December 2020

Trafigura has bought out founder's family stake in full
10 December 2020

Gibbstown LNG terminal is approved
10 December 2020

Lundin goes ahead with $18.6m expansion of Fruta del Norte mine
10 December 2020

Seaborne trade – not all plain sailing!
Seaborne trade – not all plain sailing!
Jonathan Bell
9 December 2020

The container changed global seaborne trade forever. As consumers we simply expect goods to be transported and arrive, but two major incidents this year reveal the harsh realities that can occur in the transport of goods by sea.

ADB, Olam sign $93m support smallholder farmers hit by COVID-19
9 December 2020

IGO strikes A$1.9bn deal for Greenbushes and Kwinana plant
9 December 2020